A Visit to North Korea is unique in that you enter a country that is in many regards, isolated from the rest of the world. Although the outside is trickling in, access to global news and media is limited and access to the internet and social media is very difficult for the average tourist. For a few days, you’ll miss out on events and updates from home. However, it’s not all that bad. Not only do you get to make closer friendships with the people in your group, you also get to clear you mind from the hysteria of the world around you and drown out the more bothersome things too! Based on this, today we’ve compiled a list of things you are certain to find annoying in the UK, which you can get a well deserved relief from by Visiting North Korea. If these things cannot convince you, then perhaps nothing will!
1. Piers Morgan
And what a start we’re off to! A trip to the DPRK makes excellent respite from the incredibly pompous and attention seeking opportunism of Piers Morgan. Good Morning Britain? No thanks, it’s time for Good Morning Pyongyang as you arise from your Yangakkdo Hotel bed and turn on the KCNA. That newslady, Ri Chun-Hee is far more entertaining and much more nicer to listen to, don’t you think?
Regardless of how you actually voted, Brexit has to be the most tedious, irritating and despised political event of modern British political history. Never has there been something as divisive, controversial and seemingly useless as this process or for that matter, the government attempting to implement it. Take a break from the woes of Brexit by visiting North Korea, where everyone just so happens to agree about absolutely everything in politics there. We promise you won’t miss it
3. The Daily Mail
Unquestionably the most angry, foaming and prejudiced publication you can buy in Britain. The Daily Mail would be an act of satire if it were not so influential and sadly representative of so many people in Britain today. You can get away from them by popping across to the DPRK and instead buying a copy of the Pyongyang Times, in comparison it should still prove a much tamer read! Daily Mail readers themselves would be assured, it’s a country with perfectly tight borders, no migrants and absolute sovereignty!
Okay Okay we’re cheating a bit here because Ryanair is Irish, yes we know. But, as it is something still deeply affiliated and used by millions of Britons, we can include it. You all hate it, but you all need to use it. Well, a trip to North Korea offers a refreshing alternative to Ryanair as from Beijing you can use the country’s very own state airline, Air Koryo! It’s still cheap, the customer service is much nicer, they actually include food, there aren’t any rip off fees hidden behind it and courtesy of an totalitarian socialist state the pilots aren’t going to go on strike either. Rather than suffer the no frills skeleton baggage of this airline, treat yourself on a more lucrative trip to the NK instead!
5. Love Island
Do we need to explain this one? Do we. Let’s face it, any trip to an isolated state halfway around the world infamous for its totalitarian political system is ultimately worth getting away from this and all the gossip. Never to any point can the limited communications in the DPRK or the ideologically induced films, TV shows and cartoons become more useful. There might be no finer justification for us to encourage you to visit!